Podcast: Sweet music

Is the treasury fiddling while the music industry burns? The industry is worth a vast 5.5 Billion pounds a year to the UK’s economy yet help for musicians, most of whom are freelance, is crumbs.

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Podcast: Blowing in the wind: the jobs hanging by a thread

Business woman Emma Jones of Enterprise Nation, Mark Hart Professor of Small Business and Entrepreneurship at Aston Business School and freelance IT consultant and  business analyst Philip Ross analyse the prospects for the UK’s small businesses and self-employed workers for the autumn and winter. The verdict: blustery winds and heavy weather ahead. 

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Podcast: Out of every crisis comes opportunity?

People are shutting down their business and leaving the self-employed sector in their hundreds of thousands. On the other hand people are planning to use redundancy payments to start up new ventures. Is this the time to start-up and if so how do you give yourself the best chance of success? Join the discussion and for those of you of a nervous disposition – there is an ‘F’ word in this podcast. 

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Podcast: The economy’s pipeline

Supply chains might sound boring but without ones that work the things we need aren’t on the shelves, in our workplaces or available to the NHS. We need the trucks, planes, and boats to keep operating and the manufacturers to keep making. How solid are our current chains and links?

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Podcast: A chain of events

One of the business sectors worst hit due to Covid-19 is the events sector. Whether it’s sport, music, weddings or the children’s party the virus has played havoc.

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